Youth Affairs APPG’s Economic Impact Inquiry Opens Call for Evidence

Today, Wednesday the 2nd of September 2020, the APPG for Youth Affairs has opened a call for evidence in its latest inquiry. The APPG is asking organisations and individuals to submit evidence on the topic of “The Economic Impact of Covid-19 on Young People.” The APPG would like to know the following: What is your […]

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APPG to discuss sexual harassment in schools

Wednesday 7th February, 6.00pm-8.00pm Committee Room 6, House of Commons Dear colleague, I am writing to invite you to the next meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs on Wednesday 7th February 2018 at 6.00pm in Committee Room 6, House of Commons. The group is holding its first meeting of the 2018 and will […]

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APPG elects new Chair and Vice-Chair ahead of exciting year in Parliament

Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP and Gillian Keegan MP, were elected Chair and Vice-Chair, respectively, of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs at the inaugural meeting on 2 November. The APPG on Youth Affairs is a cross-party forum which allows MPs and Peers to meet about – and raise the profile of – issues which affect […]

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APPG on Youth Affairs postponed due to police incident

The British Youth Council and YMCA England have taken the decision to postpone this evening’s All Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs due to take place on the Parliamentary estate due to an ongoing police incident at Parliament. Young people who have made their way to the event are welcome to attend the British Youth […]

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APPG to discuss young people’s body image anxiety

Tuesday 28th February, 5.00pm-7.00pm Committee Room 12, House of Commons. Dear colleague, I am writing to you as Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs to invite you to the next meeting of the group on Tuesday 28th February at 5.00pm in Committee Room 12, House of Commons. The group is holding its […]

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Travel bursaries for APPG

The British Youth Council have some funding to cover the costs of young people attending the APPG on Youth Affairs – especially for those who would not otherwise be able to attend. You will be entitled to claim an allowance up to the following amounts per young person aged 14-30, (and an accompanying adult for […]

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APPG to discuss peer-to-peer support for mental health

  Tuesday 26th April, 5.00pm-7.00pm Committee Room 10, House of Commons. Dear colleague, I am writing to invite you to the next meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs on Tuesday 26th April  at 5.00pm in Committee Room 10, House of Commons. The group is holding its third meeting of the year which […]

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APPG to discuss tackling racism and religious discrimination

Tuesday 1st March, 5.00pm-7.00pm Committee Room 9, House of Commons. Dear colleague, I am writing to you as Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs to invite you to the next meeting of the group on Tuesday 1st March at 5.00pm in Committee Room 9, House of Commons. The group is holding its […]

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APPG to discuss young people & housing issues

Tuesday 2nd February, 5.00pm-7.00pm Committee Room 10, House of Commons. Dear colleague, I am writing to you as Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Affairs to invite you to the next meeting of the group on Tuesday 2nd February at 5.00pm in Committee Room 10, House of Commons. The group is holding its […]

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APPG on Youth Affairs

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Tuesday 17 March 2015 – Conservative Party policies for young people

The group held a series of meetings in early 2015 looking at the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative offer to young people at the 2015 General Election and how their policies will help the next generation. The final of the three meetings focused on the Conservative Party and welcomed Rob Wilson MP, Minister for Civil Society, Chloe Smith MP, Member of Parliament for Norwich North and Stephen Canning, Deputy Chair of Conservative Future.

Youth Affairs APPG – Conservative General Election Policy – Minutes 17.03.15 

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Tuesday 24 February 2015 – Liberal Democrat policies for young people

The group held a series of meetings in early 2015 looking at the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative offer to young people at the 2015 General Election and how their policies will help the next generation. The second of three meetings focused on the Labour Party and welcomed Baroness Sal Brinton, President Of The Liberal Democrats, Simon Wright MP, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson For Education, Families and Young People and Alex Harding, Chair of Liberal Youth.

Youth Affairs APPG – Lib Dem General Election Policy – Minutes 24.02.15

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